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IDENTITY: The List Portraits by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders at the Annenberg Space for Photography

Annenberg Space for Photography’s incredible new exhibit IDENTITY: The List Portraits by  world renowned photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.

You may know Timothy from his presidential and celebrity portraits, many of which have been included in his List series. So far he’s done The Black List, The Latino List, The Women’s List, The Out List and now, proudly, The Trans ListThe Trans List is a curation of 40 intimate and revealing photographs of members of the transgender community and will be on view (along with the entire List series) for the public to see beginning September 24 at The Annenberg Space for PhotographyThis is the first time that the List series in its entirety will be on view for the public.

In addition to the exhibit, HBO is releasing THE TRANS LIST documentary on December 5th.

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